We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

When Candace Sinclair was fifteen, something terrible happened, giving her a head injury that causes excruciating headaches. But Candace doesn’t remember what that thing was.


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The Plain Janes by Cecil Castellucci and Jim Rugg

About 15 years ago, Cecil Castellucci and Jim Rugg published The Plain Janes and its sequel, Janes in Love, through Minx, a young adult imprint of DC Comics. They were a bit ahead of their time. The graphic novels were critical darlings but sales were slow.


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2022 Maine South Summer Reading Selections

At Main South High School, all incoming 9th through 12th graders are required to read one book during the summer. The English Department, with the assistance of school librarian, Suzanne Kowalski, has created a diverse list of titles to choose from. And don't forget that any books you read for school can be counted for Eisenhower's Summer Reading program and help your win stuff like a Nintendo Switch, a $150 Dicks Sporting Goods card, or other great prizes.


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Movie in the Parking Lot: Encanto

Saturday, June 25, 2022, 8:30 PM.

Motor into the nostalgic days of the outdoor theater as our parking lot is transformed for an in-car screening of Disney's newest hit, Encanto.


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Roof Repair

Starting next week, May 11th or 12th, 2022, we’ll begin doing repairs to the library roof. While these repairs are necessary, they will cause some minor inconveniences.

The driveway and book drops accessible from Wilson Avenue will be closed intermittently; …


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Crisis in Ukraine

At Eisenhower, our hearts go out to the innocent people who are directly and indirectly affected by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, including those in our community who may have family or friends in the region.


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Five Total Strangers by Natalie D. Richards

Mira's on her way home to New Jersey from her elite west coast art high school when winter weather forces her flight to land early. It's the anniversary of her aunt's death so she's desperate to get home. She doesn't want her mom to spend Christmas alone and in mourning.


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Wake: The Hidden History of Women-Led Slave Revolts by Rebecca Hall & Hugo Martinez

“Quantitative historians who use statistical tools to study big-picture historical trends, created a vast database of research on more than 36,000 slave ship voyages that took place over four hundred years…They found that there was a revolt on at least one in ten of these voyages. That was a much higher number than anyone expected…Let me emphasize this point: the more women onboard a slave ship, the more likely a revolt would occur.”


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Yolk by Mary H.K. Choi

20-year-old Jayne’s NYC life as an aspiring fashion designer is anything but glamorous. She lives in a tiny, rent controlled apartment with a freeloading former fling, who she is rapidly growing to despise.


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2022 NAACP Literary Image Award Winners

The NAACP Image Awards is an annual awards ceremony presented by the U.S.-based National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) to honor outstanding performances in film, television, theatre, music, and literature. In the Literary category, prizes are awarded to best fiction, nonfiction, debut author, biography/autobiography, instructional, poetry, children's, and teens.


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Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim

Princess Shiori is the youngest child in the royal family of Kiata. Aside from an unwanted arranged betrothal, and having to hide innate magic abilities that are forbidden in Kiata, Shiori lives a relatively charmed life of luxury.


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Try Our New Catalog

Today, March 8th, 2022, we're premiering an update to our library catalog. The new design has lot of features that will make it easier for you to borrow materials from your library. Our favorite is "title grouping" which collects all available formats of a title, such at books, ebooks, and audiobooks, into one location, making it much simpler to find what you're looking for.


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